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Evaluation of fungicides and timing of application for the control of carnation rust in Southern Italy

, : Evaluation of fungicides and timing of application for the control of carnation rust in Southern Italy. Acta Horticulturae: 153-158

In 2 trials against Uromyces caryophyllinus zineb and mancozeb, applied weekly, showed excellent preventive action. Among the systemic fungicides, benodanil and oxycarboxin, used as a foliar spray at 2-weekly intervals, were more effective than when applied monthly as soil drenches.

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